God’s mercy and grace are so awesome and He is so very compassionate with us to meet our needs. He saw our need for Salvation and sent His Only Begotten Son to pay our sin debt; upon salvation He gives us the Holy Spirit to indwell us, to comfort us…and He promises, "Lo, I am with you alway..." In marriage the same holds true. Ephesians 5:30-32, “For we are members of His body of His flesh and of His bones. For this cause shall a man leave his father and mother, and shall be joined unto his wife, and two shall be one flesh, this is a great mystery: but I speak concerning Christ and the church.” (In marriage one flesh, in salvation one in spirit) It’s not good that your husband should be alone- you were made to help him in the ways that are fitting to him.
So...In the morning when he gets up for work…is he alone? When he gets home from work? When he goes to bed… is he alone? It does not work well if you keep your own agenda and he keeps his…remember its not good that he should be alone. If he gets up early and goes to bed early, get on his schedule. (I know it’s hard when you have babies but work on it.)
• Have breakfast with him
• Be home when he gets home from work (obviously if you work and get home later that can’t be helped, but don’t be out gallivanting)
• Have meals together
• Go to bed together
• Share his vision
• Be in his corner
• Be his biggest fan
• Be his biggest cheerleader
• Bare your heart to him. That will help him to be able to bare himself to you.
• Compliment him
• Encourage him
Work on his plans and visions together with him in all these areas:
Your husband needs to know that you are with him. It’s not good that he should be alone. Don’t fight his plans or visions- be with him. It’s not good that he should be alone. Don’t let him be lonely.
Have a wonderful day!